If Maori are to be treated properly, they should be allowed a healthy dose of racial discrimination
When Alf is poorly and needs medical treatment, he goes for it.
He does not inquire about the ethnicity of the medics who will treat him. He has been treated by doctors, dentists, physiotherapists and so on of all persuasions.
Accordingly he considers it neither here nor there that no statistics are being kept to tell us how the country’s medical work force stacks up on an ethnicity measure.
In a country that professes to be intolerant of racial discrimination, this is well and good.